pragmatize

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pragmatize

(ˈpræɡməˌtaɪz) or

pragmatise

vb
1. (intr) to act or view matters pragmatically
2. (tr) to make (something) pragmatic or interpret (something) in a pragmatic way
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Elements pour une approche pragmatise de la competence civique, "Revue politique de science politique" 2010, No.
It seems as if all this money is incurred to pragmatise Marx's epithet that "rich grows richer and poor becomes poorer"
On the other hand, it would help isolate the radicals, who constitute a small segment of the Islamic camp, and ultimately bring them into the political process, pragmatise their positions and moderate their expectations".